I'm not hater.
Never have been, nor will I ever be.
I may not agree with everything other fans in my city or any other sports town says but that simply makes me a man with my own opinion. I won't fight with you guys on Twitter or Facebook. I won't call you stupid or dumb. Your opinion is just that, an opinion, and neither you nor I should be called names for having one. With that being said, I would ask that as a fan when you watch your basketball team on a day to day basis, pay close attention. In a 82 game season after forty one games you are what your record says you are. Also, for a sport such as basketball that has so many games there's no way you as a fan should take every win and loss so personal. Let's be honest, do we (fans) go to work and give 100% effort every single day? If you answered yes, you are the "Kevin Garnett" of your company. Congratulations. If you don't, you're no different than the average NBA player. That doesn't mean it's the right thing to do but it's human nature to not give your all every single time out. With that being said, let's talk about the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In my opinion, the Cavaliers have the deepest and best all around roster in the NBA. They have who most would say is the "best player in the world", and two others on the team who are considered top 20 players. A few role players (Mo Williams, Richard Jefferson, Channing Frye) have been added while a few (Shawn Marion, Kendrick Perkins, Mike Miller) have been let go, but the core and most important pieces to last year's Finals' runner up team has returned in tact.article before the season started, telling everyone who to watch out for this season. The list was short and only included four teams. The Cavs, Golden State Warriors, San Antonio Spurs, and the Oklahoma City Thunder. When you get a chance check the standings and tell me where these teams rank.
Does this mean the Cavs can win a championship without Kyrie? No.
It means that with less than thirty games remaining the Cavs might want to consider some changes on offense. I'm not a fan that jumps to conclusions after every game, but I have been adamant in stating that there is no way the Cavs would beat Golden State or San Antonio in a seven game series. Yesterday's game changed my mind. LeBron has never been on a team with this much talent so if he were to run the offense on this team, with Kyrie and Love playing off of the ball and JR able to hide outside the three point arc they would be almost impossible to defend. Now this is a big if of course. It's not impossible, but I'd find it hard for a team to change its way of operating this late in the season but you never know.